Saturday, May 26, 2012

Another Anti-Obama Celebrity Comes Out Attacking And Conservatives Rush To Book!

Comedian and magician Penn Jillette is a libertarian activist.

Jillette has been an outspoken supporter of Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) and his third failed bid for U.S. President.

When he's not entertaining with [Raymond] Teller, he's a vocal activist in the legalization of marijuana.

Controversial conservative agitator Sean Hannity played portions of President Barack Obama's audiobook Dreams From My Father, in which the president admitted his use of marijuana during his college days at Harvard.

Gillette must have listened to Hannity. Jillette goes on his own radio program to blast the president for his tough opposition on legalizing marijuana.

The clip appears blow.

Well it went viral, and the media is covering it.

Jillette is very entertaining person. He comes off as a person who tells it like it is. He's never afraid to express his frustrations with the Democrats and Republicans who push an agenda that screws up the world.

He's has criticized former President George W. Bush over the handling of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

He criticized the media for ignoring the 2008 and 2012 Ron Paul presidential campaigns.

Since Jillette is agnostic Atheist, he has been known to challenge religious extremists.

Penn Jillette's criticism of President Barack Obama drives a serial agitator like Hannity to interview him.

On Sean Hannity's radio and television program, Jillette was offered an opportunity to discuss his criticism of President Barack Obama's hardline stance against the legalizing the weed.

I'm guessing the interview didn't turn out well! I tried to find it on the Fox News website and it was apparently scrubbed from Hannity's most popular videos. It's probably because he's an adamant supporter of Ron Paul and his campaign.

Courtesy of Mediaite.

Since Ron Paul has officially dropped out of the 2012 U.S. Presidential Campaign, Penn Jillette endorsed former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson for president. Johnson, failed to win the Republican nomination but went forth to become the Libertarian Party's nominee.


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